Quick Cast:
 Area Reports
 Find-a-Guide
 Forums
 Tides

Departments:
 Articles
 Books
 Clubs & Orgs.
 Fishing Reports
 Feedback
 Forums
 Fly Fishing
 Guides & Charters
 Links
 Photo Gallery
 Reef Locator
 Regulations
 Software
 Survey
 Tournaments
 Travel
 Weather
 Home

Administration:
 About Us
 Advertising
 Contact
 Privacy
 Terms of Use
 Web Development

A Day in the Life of a Charter Boat Operation

Capt. John Barker
July 3, 2013
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

It's a sunny June morning and depart with a fun loving group of Guys in town for a Bachelor party. The live bait at the marker was easy pickings and the guys had fun out fishing each other with the sabiki rigs. After getting our load of livies, Captain John shot off to the edge of the gulfstream and put out the baits. All the conditions looked good, but no bites.

He watched as a fellow charter boat eased in just outside of him. They had multiple anglers hooked-up with dolphin (mahi-mahi). That boat's captain invited John over. The crew pulled in the spread and readied casting gear and baits. Once there, the mate chummed with bait chunks and it didn't take long before several of the guys hooked-up on dolphin. Our guests had a ball learning bailing the dolphin. One after another, the anglers would hook a fish while the others brought in their mahi. It wasn't long before the decks wee bloodied and covered with fish. Eventually, the bite died down, but not before we approached our limit. A tired and thirsty group headed in to the dock for a fresh lunch of grilled and blackened fish with sides and lots of smiles.

Click to Enlarge Photo

Click to Enlarge Photo

One short hour later, our afternoon charter guests arrived a young couple. Again, the Blue Waters II was headed back offshore. Conditions had totally changed. The well-defined edge holding the fish was gone. So, the crew switched over to a trolling spread. Immediately, we had several hits but couldn't get any of the fish to the boat. That was when our female angler confessed - she had never caught a despite previous opportunities. We were more determined than ever to change her fortune. Soon, she was solidly hooked-up with a huge bonita. The fight was on with a light tackle rod and reel. Finally, the fish surrendered and was in the boat!

Click to Enlarge Photo

Click to Enlarge Photo

Captain John
www.fishingmiami.net
305-373-5016 (24/7)

Target Species:

Dolphin & Bonita

More Fishing Reports:

 

The Blue Waters II Fishing Charter boat out of Miami offers half and full day charters. Located in downtown Miami's Bayside Marketplace, we are just minutes from the deep sea fishing grounds where we will catch sailfish, shark, dolphin and more. All tackle included with a fun loving crew. Mention this ad and we will furnish free beverages and dry snacks. There are different species every month so call and ask what is running. We also run private sight seeing cruises-your party maximum six.

Contact Info:

Ace Blue Waters Charter, Inc.
1470 NE 123rd Street
Suite 114
North Miami, FL 33161
Phone: 305-373-5016
Alt. Phone: 305-333-7921
Email the Captain
Visit his Web Site
Display Find-a-Guide Listing


Copyright © 1997-2017, CyberAngler - All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy :: Terms of Use
For Questions and comments please use our Feedback Form
Back to the Top